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REVOLUTIONARY WAR SITES IN PITTSTOWN, NEW JERSEY

Revolutionary War Sites in Pittstown New Jersey
BETHLEHEM PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH CEMETERY
Baylor Massacre Park
Baylor Massacre Park, Pittstown
Pittstown, NJ Colonel Abraham Bonnell gravesite
Bethlehem Presbyterian Church Cemetery Colonel Charles Stewart gravesite
Bethlehem Presbyterian Church Cemetery
Pittstown, New Jersey

Bethlehem Presbyterian Church Cemetery
2 Race St.
Map / Directions to Bethlehem Presbyterian Church Cemetery
Map / Directions to all Pittstown Revolutionary War Sites

The Bethlehem Presbyterian Church Cemetery contains the graves of several Revolutionary War veterans, including: [1]

John Bray
November 13, 1738 - July 7, 1806
Assistant Commissary in General Hospital, Continental Army; Also of the Quartermaster's Department

Colonel Abraham Bonnell
August 4, 1732 - November 1, 1797
Owner of Bonnell's Tavern in Clinton, where a regiment of Minutemen was mustered in  1775.

John Clifford
January 10, 1749 - August 2, 1842
First Lieutenant, Captain Carhart's Company, Second Regiment, Hunterdon County Militia

Colonel Charles Stewart
1729 - June 24, 1800
Served as General Washington's Commissary-General of Issues. His home still stands in Franklin Township.

Revolutionary War Sites in Pittstown

Source Notes:

1. ^ Names, dates and military information drawn from:

Grave stones and markers in the cemetery.

William S. Stryker, Official Register of the Officers and Men of New Jersey in the Revolutionary War (Trenton: Wm. T. Nicholson & Co., 1872)  pages 76 and 436
Available to be read at the Internet Archive here

The Daughters of the American Revolution Genealogical Research System

  Additional information about Bonnell and Stewart is detailed and sourced on the Clinton and Franklin Township pages.

Baylor Massacre Park

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